Stan Veit's History of the Personal Computer
WorldComm, 1993 - Computers - 304 pages
The fascinating history of the personal computer from Altair to the IBM PC revolution. Written by computer legend Stan Veit, who turned Computer Shopper into the world's largest computer magazine.
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Foreword by Ralph Roberts
THE NEW FOUNDATION
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